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Harbour Island

Affectionately referred to as the “Nantucket of The Bahamas,” Harbour Island has transformed in recent years from a once-sleepy Loyalist settlement into a chic tropical escape offering high-end boutique hotels like The Dunmore, Rock House and Pink Sands Resort and some of the finest dining in The Bahamas, if not the entire Caribbean. From traditional Bahamian dishes served at longstanding restaurants such as Sip Sip and Runaway Hill, to contemporary dining at The Landing and The Dunmore Restaurant, Harbour Island’s culinary offerings have become almost as world-renowned as its famous Pink Sand Beach which earned the island the No. 4 spot on the 2017 FlightNetwork list of “The World’s 50 Best Beaches.” The island also consistently tops the list of “Best Bahamas Beaches” in world-renowned travel guides such as Fodors, Frommers and The Travel Channel. Dunmore Town, once the capital of The Bahamas, offers history buffs a glimpse into the past by way of its pastel-painted buildings and charming Bahamian cottages such as Rosebud, Three Bells House and Miss Lena’s. Additionally, the Harbour Island Club & Marina and Romora Bay Resort & Marina can accommodate vessels up to 200 feet and 190 feet, respectively. By air, Harbour Island is reachable via commercial airlines or air charter flights into North Eleuthera Airport (ELH) from Miami (MIA), Fort Lauderdale (FLL) or Nassau (NAS).

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